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Slideshow for workshop 34 at the 2013 CDES Psych Teachers PD

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  1. 1. Resources for the 1-to-1 classroom Andrew Scott Sacre CoeurSee my website for a variety of eresources for the VCE Psychology classroomwww.ePsychVCE.com
  2. 2. Preamble• Sacre Coeur – is located in Glen Iris• We have @ 500 students in our senior school• In 2013: Year 9 & 10 are 1-to-1 iPads (purchased out of DER funding)• All staff who teach year 9 or 10 have school provided iPads• We have 8 Apple TV’s connected to either data projectors of big screen tv’s• Year 11 – have notebooks (purchased in 2010 from DER funding)• 2014: tbc – based largely on anecdotal evidence provided by key stakeholders, particularly given our DER funds have dried up• BYOD is under discussion
  3. 3. My angle/ my vision• No Unit ½ textbook this year! (30% of Unit 1 students are Year 10 with iPads)• No Unit ¾ textbook next year (I will create a book using iBooks Author)• Currently ¾ of my classes are in a room with an apple TV• Thus I teach exclusive with my iPad in these rooms regularly using half a dozen app’s + a few occasional’s• This fosters a more visual and participative approach to classes• I use the school LMS (Learning Management System) for document storage and social media (closed group) for flipped learning & discussion• My aim is to nurture a culture where student learning is done both at home and in the classroom, thus freeing up time to act as a facilitator in the classroom, enabling more discussion, 1 on 1 engagement and a deep consolictiaton of concepts.
  4. 4. Apple TV• Enables user to wireless connect to plasma screen or data projector• Great for either the mobile teacher or for student presentations of work created on the iPad.
  5. 5. Rationale for 1:1
  6. 6. The flipped classroom
  7. 7. The flipped classroom
  8. 8. The flipped classroom
  9. 9. Resources for the flipped classroom Podcast c/o iTunes
  10. 10. Resources for the flipped classroom YouTube S.B A. D
  11. 11. Resources for the flipped classroom Zite app: up-to-date Psych articles
  12. 12. Rationale for Social media • Students are already connected, hence communication flows more rapidly • User can post links to web resources such as YouTube clips or podcasts – with a brief comment. Students can access web content at their convenience on their device at home thus freeing up class time • Enables and fosters student discussion on course contents thus leading to a deeper understanding for the parties involved. • Models appropriate use of social media e.g. Facebook, twitter.
  13. 13. Mistakes made with iPads in the classroom• Focussing on content apps (what about apps for creativity e.g. iMovie)• Lack of teacher preparation in classroom management• Treating iPad like a computer and expecting it to function like a laptop• Failure to communicate to stakeholders ‘why iPads’• http://edudemic.com/2012/09/5-critical-mistakes-schools-ipads-and- correct-them/
  14. 14. How can the iPad value-add in the VCE Psychology classroom•
  15. 15. eBook• Benefits include (apart from ease of access)• Search function• Screen capture• Pinch & zoom
  16. 16. Alternatives to Textbooks• A static resources vs. a dynamic resource!• IBooks Author, enables you to create an interactive book with weblinks, embedded YouTubes, ppt’s & images that the user can manipulate, virtual tests & more
  17. 17. Safari for web-search
  18. 18. Or use web resources such as testmoz
  19. 19. Camera app• Students can take a photo of board work• Take a screen dump of webpage, image, page of their textbook• Plus take standard photo’s, movie
  20. 20. Apps for experiments e.g. Stroop app• This 99c app a great for conducting an ERA
  21. 21. Tactile apps for Psych• 3D brain
  22. 22. Drawing apps – e.g. Whiteboard
  23. 23. Apps for annotating files (e.g. pdf’s) such as Notetaker
  24. 24. Or UpadAnnotate visual aspects of the course on a data projector whilst the students label and annotated their images MAKE LEARNING – ‘HANDS ON’
  25. 25. Quiz apps • E.g. Socrative app (a freebie) • or eclicker app (free for students) @ $11 for host. • Provides – instant feedback to both user and teacher • Great for Multi-choice practice
  26. 26. Flashcard apps • E.g. cram app, gflash+, etc. • Students can create or source sets from quizlet.com
  27. 27. Showme appStudents narratean animation to demonstrate their understanding of content.
  28. 28. Mindmapping apps e.g. ithoughtshd
  29. 29. Or popplet
  30. 30. File-sharing – Dropbox: use on the web & iPad
  31. 31. iMovie
  32. 32. iMovie
  33. 33. Make sure you give students a criteria sheet that assesses the content (not the technology)
  34. 34. Presentation apps (for creating or editing)
  35. 35. keynoteShare files via dropbox, students canannote slides using annotating apps
  36. 36. File Sharing - options• email (for documents)• iTunes (for user to have access from multiple devices)• Dropbox (enables user to share files with invited guests• YouTube (for large video files, student can put video on private setting and invite up to 50 views via email)
  37. 37. Evernote – use it on the web or iPad to -

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